How Do You Protect the Paper Luggage Tags?

We have visited the missing luggage area of a ship on embarkation day and seen many pieces of luggage with torn off tags. What do you do to protect yours?

Tags: luggage tags

49 Answers

Yep, just got my in and they are ready to go.

I protected my luggage tags with some clear heavy plastic luggage tag protectors I found on vinylenvelope.com. Some I found had a separate loop to attach and others I found in a travel store were made in china and were cheap. I really like these because they are one-piece. I put my paper luggage tags that I printed from the cruise website into these and looped them around the handles on our bags. They are very durable and the price was much lower than others. I couldn't be happier. Here is a direct link. https://www.vinylenvelope.com/clear-vinyl-luggage-p-632.html

Thanks for all the tips 😊

I laminated our groups and then when we get to the ship they will staple them on!

Just bought eight on-line (not Amazon - are we allowed to say the eB__ name?)

The rainproof, heavy duty plastic, braided wire style discussed here. Folks here and elsewhere like them. Plus I had a few eB__ buckaroos to use or lose.

Clear packing tape works amazingly! And it is water proof. No need to fix whats not broke...lol

I agree with DanyInc, there is nothing wrong with the packing tape.

However, getting 8 of the plastic tags for only about $10, and them being reusable, it comes out cheaper than getting a new roll of tape every cruise.

I agree

I bought clear plastic covers from Serendipity online a few years ago and they have been great!

We use tag holders.

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